Welcome to Thistleblossom.com
I won’t say how long it was in the past when I was 6 years old, but trust me, digital cameras did not exist. My first camera I worked with was my mother’s old Brownie Box Camera that she let me use on a vacation. It was much like the one pictured here. So you know, I was 6 years old a long time ago. I still have a couple of the pictures I took on that trip. A rabbit in a hutch – more hutch than rabbit. I have a great picture of my mother’s legs and one that is mistakenly my palm. But, while success was slim, the lifelong addiction to photography was born.
Fast forward to the 21st century. Welcome to my website. This is a work in progress, so please give me grace. I have so much I want to share with you. As you read other blog entries, you will discover that I like to focus on what others do not necessarily see. I look at things differently. That’s my thing.
When you go to pull a thistle out of your garden in the spring – wait just a moment, think about the pollinators, decide if pulling it is the right thing to do. Remember to wear gloves.